Sean Kingston gets into the BBM song game

By Adam Zeis on 22 Nov 2010 10:50 am EST
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Sean Kingston is the latest star to get in on the BBM song action. This latest release is titled BBM (imagine that) and features Soulja Boy & Teairra Mari. Its all about BBM and that's that. This is yet another catchy tune we'll have to add to the already growing list of BBM songs like Ping Me Baby and BBM Me Up. Have a listen to the video above. Thanks to everyone that sent this in!

26 comments

LeanNSupreme

You serious? This is too much....

mad_eyes

agree. all the BBM songs are crap.

Emu the Foo

Correct. And soulja boy isn't someone you want to rep your phone

Kennedy.L

Does BlackBerry pay for artists to do this?
Either way BlackBerry must love the endorsements!

Ghostnyc

if they don't pay they should recognize the opportunity and ensure that their next generation of smartphones is using top of the line hardware and the latest software (QNX is a MUST HAVE...front face camera, wifi N, etc)

sk8er_tor

Here's a new song by Sweedish House Mafia where the guy says "i put her number in my Bold BB."
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LCH1AsUydSc

The Legendary

All these producers must love that they instantly get 20000 views just for making a song that involves blackberry.

Ghostnyc

are complete and utter trash. Across genre's music quality sucks!

umainebearman

Since ping me was pretty terrible to begin with maybe RIM should discourage "artists" from doing songs like these. Who is Sean Kingston anyway? I've never head of him. On second thought I don't want to know, he's probably someone who doesn't write his own song or play an instrument and auto tunes all his vocals.

aznrice

lol i love to see idoits like you to post comments full of yourself. u dont know who sean kingson is doesnt mean everybody else dont

The_Adventist

WOW! I couldn't even make it through that "song".

These "artists" need to share their "love" with Apple for a while.

2repou

I don't want to be associated with any of these artists. I guess I can say I am a Blackberry Guy DESPITE this crap!!!

amazinglygraceless

That is as much as I could take of that trash. Who is this "star" BTW.

I stay amazed that these songs (and I use that term in the most charitable sense of the word) are considered even remotely newsworthy.

xxxxpradaxxxx

Must... Resist... Barfing... At... Desk...

Username00089

God, hip-hop is so stupid.

CASH

I'm a black 20 year old and I totally agree. I didn't even bother to press play.

DarshOne

i seriously dont know whats more pathetic..."rapping" about texting, or the fact these utter and complete jokes are considered "artists". america's pop culture is truly sickening.

colemaneuclid

how cartman started Faith+1 to instantly get an established fanbase to follow his group.

but seriously, the bitches, ho's and bling kegs must be tapped out to be making horrid songs about "bbm"

djdnz

If that song becomes a hit, I will reconsider having children.

stealthfox

Haven't listened to this yet, but Breeze N SP's "Let's be friends (Hit me up on the BBM" is still a super catchy tune in my opinion. Its going to be hard to beat that.

shupor

can't stand any of the blackberry songs except for "Blackberry Pin" by Tony Matterhorn.

Maybe cos i'm a huge dancehall music buff but to me it's about the only dance-able one.

youtube link if you care to listen to it
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8PRIcQumdiI

disclaimer: if you don't like reggae music, it's probably gonna sound like crap to you